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    I really don't remember how much I used or what all I threw in, but everyone at home loved it so I should probably put it somewhere safer than my head! lol

    Recipe #503323

    I got this recipe from one of my friends while we were living in Milwaukee. It's super easy and the fries are baked, so they are healthy too! I use about a half of a pkg. of taco seasoning because my family doesn't have my heat tolerance, whatever your taste.....

    Recipe #503322

    Just easy and great on chicken strips and onion rings! I add the Frank's a little at a time until I have the flavor I want, so the measurement is an estimate. It's kinda a dump and stir sauce, and I don't measure, so.........

    Recipe #501136

    I love dump cakes because they are so easy to make and definately kid-kitchen friendly. My 4 yr old helps me bake all the time and this is one that she can make by herself with a little help from Mom. She loves it because she can put her hands in it to spread the ingredients and she picks what fruit we use, what to add ect... Plus it's a great way to sneak in something healthy like fresh organic fruits!

    Recipe #500389

    Another one from my head. They freeze well, and are just as good reheated. What more can I say? Oh, they taste good too!

    Recipe #500385

    One of my all time favorite ways to make steaks, even if it does make a mess! It's worth the effort every time. Marinating the steaks in the milk and egg makes it so you don't have to double coat it with the flour, and pancake mix makes for a crisp buttery crust. All seasoning is just done according to taste. I usually serve them with smashed potatoes and green beans.

    Recipe #500382

    So, I just kinda dreamed this one up. I used roughly a half a bag of chocolate chips and marshmallows. If you haven't noticed I don't really measure! Enjoy!

    Recipe #500246

    So, these are my monster cinnamon rolls! You could probably make them smaller to get more servings out of this recipe, but why would you want to? I just added what I had in the pantry in place of raisins, and substituted sour milk for the buttermilk and what came out was some of the most insane rolls I have ever eaten! I am not including measurements for the filling or icing as I did not use any to make those. The oatmeal on the bottom and the little hint of citrus just make them all that much better!

    Recipe #499650

    I like this on my chocolate mayo cake.

    Recipe #499645

    Saw this one on Nadia G's. They turn out really cute, but they are time consuming to make, and make sure you cook the pasta until it is a golden brown or they aren't crispy. I also found this recipe for the filling to be a little bland, so feel free to dress it up however you want! I served mine with alfredo and marinara sauces for dipping. Could be a good one, with a bit of fine tuning!

    Recipe #499644

    Yet another great recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook! I love this cake because it doesn't need frosting, and the way it bakes up is just so cool! :) Plus it's great warm with ice cream, but I like it cold!

    Recipe #499643

    I got this one from the Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. It makes the fluffiest biscuits I have ever tried.

    Recipe #499642

    I don't know where my mom found this one but it sounds REALLY good! And it's really easy!

    Recipe #499641

    The name says it all! Just a basic brownie- add what you want to it. I added some walnuts, cinnamon and chili powder for Mexican brownies. Oh, and this recipe can easily be doubled using a 9x13" pan.

    Recipe #499640

    My sister-in-law gave me a cookbook a couple years ago for Christmas and I found this one in there. It's super-easy and only has a few ingredients. And wow! it is soooooo moist and you don't even need icing on it! I just dust it with powdered sugar and it's good to go! I make mine with olive oil mayonnaise to cut some of the calories, but it's good so I use it for a quick sweet treat for the fam!

    Recipe #432155

    I love cookies and having 2 little ones in the house, they make a great sweet treat for them. I came up with these when I was out of raisins but had some chocolate covered ones. I just improvised and they came out soooooooo awesome. Sometimes I will add peanut butter to them too. They are chewy and just killer!!!! Of course, I have refined the recipe some and use chocolate chips now, but whatever.

    Recipe #430140

    I found this one on the back of a Reeses PB Chips package. It turned out pretty good-even my hubby liked them, (and he doesn't like sweets) I think you could use a bunch of variations on this one and make them your own. Use your imagination!

    Recipe #429391

    Everyone can make biscuits, but for some reason I am the biscuit guru around here. They always turn out flaky and tasty!

    Recipe #429363

    My husband had me try this one the other night and wow- it was actually really yummy! I think he saw it on TV, but it worked!

    Recipe #426837

    My husband and I used to go to this little pub when we lived in Milwaukee and they made the best fried cheese in the universe! I figured out how they did them and it's just like the ones at Johnny Hammers! Now if only I could copy their Bloody Mary we'd be in business!

    Recipe #426266

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